Weakening of bones is called as Osteomalacia. Osteomalacia is different from Osteoporosis. Problem in bone formation and bone building causes Osteomalacia. Osteomalacia occurs mainly due to lack of Vitamin D. Vitamin D helps in absorption of calcium from the stomach. Vitamin D also helps in maintaining the calcium and phosphate levels. There are many causes for the desorption of vitamin D like cancer, kidney and liver disorders, etc.. Lack of phosphates can cause Osteomalacia. Bones get easily fractured. Muscles become weak in individuals who suffer from Osteomalacia. Bone pain is the common symptom of Osteomalacia. The pain develop through lower back, legs, pelvis and even to ribs.
- Track 1-1 Causes of Desorption of Vitamin D
- Track 2-2 Risk Factors in Desorption of Vitamin D
- Track 3-3 Why should we Treat Osteomalacia
- Track 4-4 Advanced Treatment